August 2015
A TWISTY MYSTERY FOR AUGUST AND A SNEAK PEEK AT
SEPTEMBER'S EXCITING NEW NOVELS!


" Terrific. . . . Nothing about a Raimondo novel is quite as it seem s, and Dante's Dilemma w ill keep you up long past a sensible bedtime."
Durango Herald

"This is the third book in the series - I read it and then promptly went and got the other two."
The Globe & Mail

"There are plenty of twists in the plot - and one at the end you won't see coming."
Examiner.com


Blind psychiatrist Mark Angelotti is faced with his most troubling case yet when he is asked to evaluate Rachel Lazarus, the estranged wife of a slain University of Chicago professor. Though she's confessed to her husband's murder, Rachel is mounting a battered woman's defense.

A damaging admission surfaces at trial that all but convicts Rachel, until a tip connects the case to another suspected murder and shows she may not be guilty after all.  As he plows ahead during a brutal Chicago winter, Mark soon learns he has far more to worry about than treacherous snow and ice:  someone will do anything to guarantee that Rachel takes the fall.



 


Lynne Raimondo is a full-time writer and the author of Dante's Wood and Dante's Poison, the first two Mark Angelotti novels. She formerly worked as the general counsel for Arthur Andersen LLP and later as the general counsel of the Illinois Department of Revenue.
 


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COMING SOON - A STANDALONE THRILLER NOT TO BE MISSED
   

"As sharp and slick as a switchblade - both excellent entertainment and an acute
psychological portrait. Add Mark Pryor to your must-read list - I have."
LEE CHILD
 
"A gem.... On the surface, what seems like a crime novel ends as a carefully plotted thriller. FANTASTIC"
RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars
 
"A novel, and a writer, not to be missed."
 MEGAN ABBOTT
 
"Not your grandmother's psychopath."
Booklist STARRED REVIEW
 
Dominic is a prosecutor, a musician, and an Englishman living in Texas. He's also a psychopath. His main goal is to hide his condition and lead a seemingly normal life, but on one lousy day his carefully-controlled world starts to shatter. Led into a foolish scheme by bad luck and a beautiful woman, Dominic soon finds himself on the other side of the law and must decide - should he let his true nature come out to play?

READ A SAMPLE HERE!
 

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ALSO IN SEPTEMBER - A NEW SERIES STARTER!


"[Thomas] Lynch is a deeply compelling character. . . . Readers will want to see 
how the next two decades treat this 
intriguingly complex cop."
Booklist STARRED REVIEW
 
"Stephanie Gayle has crafted a fascinating mystery and-even more engaging for this 
reader-a believable, complicated hero.
I was rooting for him the whole way."
Stephen McCauley, author of The Object of My Affection and Insignificant Others
 


In sleepy Idyll, Connecticut in the summer of 1997, new-to-town police chief Thomas Lynch--former NYPD and a closeted gay man--investigates a shocking murder while withholding secrets that could end his career.
 




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